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Measurement

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Volume – Regular Shaped Object You can find the volume of a solid by multiplying length, width, and height together. Formula : V = l x w x h Calculate the volume of a cardboard box with a width of 30 cm, height of 40 cm, and length of 25 cm

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Volume – Regular Shaped Object Calculate the volume of a cardboard box with a width of 30 cm, height of 40 cm, and length of 25 cm

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Volume – Regular Shaped Object Calculate the volume of a box with a width of 10 cm, height of 5 cm, and length of 20 cm

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Volume – Irregular Shape Object You can fine the volume of a solid irregular shaped object by using water displacement. 1 mL = 1cm 3

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Weight The force on an object due to gravity and this is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the gravitational acceleration. On Earth this gravitational acceleration is 9.8 m/s 2 Formula : w = g x m

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Weight Calculate the weight of a 50 kg person on Earth.

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Weight Calculate the weight of 20 kg book on Earth.

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Density The amount of matter, or mass, per unit of volume. Formula : d = m / v

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Density Calculate the density of a book that has a mass of 30 grams and a volume of 150 cm 3

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Density Calculate the density of tissue box with the mass of 20 grams and the volume of 5 cm 3

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Volume vs. Density Lab Which stack of bread had the greatest volume? Which stack of bread had the greatest density? So are volume and density related? If so what is the relationship?

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Volume vs. Density Lab

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